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The Student Appeal Centre (SAC) has awarded its third Iron Fist Award to Julie Beauchamp, vice-dean of undergraduate and professional programs at the Telfer School of Management, for allegedly academically penalizing students for non-academic infractions.

For the third consecutive year, the University of Ottawa’s Telfer School of Management took part in 5 Days for the Homeless, an event that had students living on the streets for five days while raising money and awareness for the homeless in Ottawa.

Sprinter describes his Olympic experience, dishes on future goals Keeton Wilcock | Fulcrum Contributor Photo courtesy of Segun Makinde  FIRST THINGS FIRST, Segun Makinde had a blast representing Canada at the 2012 Summer Olympics. While the fourth-year University of Ottawa marketing student had his share of ups and downs in London, in an interview with …

HOMELESSNESS IS A very real problem in Canada’s capital. According to the Alliance to End Homelessness, the city’s homeless shelters took in over 7,100 individuals for more than 440,000 overnight stays in 2010, and that excludes those who slept on the streets. Camping for the homeless March 12–16, five Telfer School of Management students hoped …

THE PROBLEM: YOU need advice—professional advice—and you’d even be willing to pay for it, but you have no idea how to get a person with expertise to sit down and chat with you. The solution: Liaise, an Ottawa-based start-up business that recently won a $5,000 first-place prize at the Nicol Entrepreneurial Award Business Plan Competition …

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